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Egypt's finance minister said he's confident the $23 billion that foreigners invested in Egyptian Treasury bills will stay in the country, thanks to its improved credit profile and rising global liquidity.Credit rating companies, which haven't significantly upgraded Egypt's junk rating in the past two years, should give Egypt a "better look," Garhy said.The weaker currency, however, propelled inflation above 30 percent last year, pressuring Egypt's 96 million people, half of whom already lived near or below the poverty line.
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